Anne-Marie Miéville

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Anne-Marie Miéville
Born (1945-11-11) November 11, 1945 (age 72)
Lausanne, Switzerland
Occupation Filmmaker
Partner(s) Jean-Luc Godard

Anne-Marie Miéville (born 11 November 1945) is a Swiss filmmaker.


Anne-Marie Miéville was a practising photographer when she met Jean-Luc Godard, who would become her companion, in Paris in 1970. From 1973 until 1994, she collaborated with Godard as photographer, scriptwriter, film editor, co-director, assuming the role of artistic director on some of their projects. In 1983, she realized her first short film How can I love; her second, Le livre de Marie (Book of Mary), followed one year later. Her short film, The Book of Mary (1984), is featured in the DVD release of Godard's Hail Mary (1985).


In 2002, Miéville wrote Images en mots, a set of short texts published by Léo Scheer, who wrote that they are "a continuation of static shots, short films of the writing. It is not strictly speaking about novels, but rather of unspeakable moments, escaped flavours of images, where it would be a question of filming with words".

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